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Kimberly Bryant On Decolonizing AI: Is It Too Late?

June 12, 2024


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Kimberly Bryant, the founder of “Black Girls Code” and the “Black Innovation Lab,” joins us for a can’t-miss conversation about the real threat AI poses to people of color if we don’t wake up now.

This episode is a wake-up call. We dissect the implications of the recent news headlines involving FKA Twigs and the misuse of Tupac’s voice by Drake. Plus, how to design laws, ethics, that will not allow us to be left behind. Will we be able act with the urgency needed before it’s too late?

Episode Summary:

– The Urgency of Regulation

– The Illusion of Tech Neutrality

– The Power of Awareness and Education

– The Importance of Collective Action

– Empowering the Next Generation

Sources:

FKA Twigs Speech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPflYreNdeU

Tupac Drake AI: https://www.npr.org/sections/money/2024/05/14/1250578295/it-was-a-classic-rap-beef-then-drake-revived-tupac-with-ai-and-congress-got-invo

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